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The Defense Won't Rest

In the courtroom, the defense always rests eventually. That won't and can't happen when the NC State football team opens its 2004 season against Richmond next September. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 4/7:</b></small><li><a href="" target=blank><b>ACC could be loaded next season</b></a>

Hodge Watch
Among those who could benefit by waiting a year... Julius Hodge, junior, guard, N.C. State. Hodge was the ACC's best player this season, but he's thin (6-6, 191) and lacks a defined position. Is he a point or a wing? - TSN's Mike DeCourcy 4/6/2004

Hodge not projected in Draft
Hodge not projected in Draft
Hodge #31, second round
College Hoops Net
Hodge not projected in Draft
Hodge projected #46 in Draft
Draft Blitz
Rivers Watch
"Rivers has a demeanor, a presence about him. Everyone talks about his delivery, but we have no reservations regarding his throwing motion. He has the ability to make all the throws." - Chargers coach Marty Schottenheimer - 3/30/2004

2004 Draft Preview: QBs

Quarterbacks top this first mock draft

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Quote of the Day: "Without Hodge, it's hard to see how the Wolfpack can keep up with the incredible pace its ACC rivals are setting." - News-Herald's Al Featherston

The Defense Won't Rest
Tony Haynes *
There can be no let up, not with the ACC's all-time leading passer, Philip Rivers, no longer around to play Superman on Saturdays. The days of scoring 37 points per game and churning up yards faster than Pam Anderson goes through husbands are likely over for the short term, meaning a defense that suffered through the inconsistencies of youth last season must now show the way. Read More

ACC could be loaded next season
Ken Tysiac * Charlotte Observer
People sometimes ask Bobby Cremins if he wants to get back into coaching. Cremins, who coached at Georgia Tech from 1982 until 2000, tells them that coaching in the highly competitive ACC might kill him. Read More

Senior breakthrough
Justin Sellers * Technician

NC State Baseball Goes Back on The Road

Wolfpack's Rogers Named ACC Pitcher of the Week

One daughter of ex-NCSU football star Johnny Evans decides to attend UNC
Tim Stevens * News & Observer

West coast power
Jay Kohler * Technician

Wolfpack Blitz

Brown, Evans to Play in East-West All-Star Game

Williams Going to Take His Time

NC State Offers Virginia Duo During Visit
The Insiders

Film Session: Athlete J.C. Neal

ACC News...
UConn wrecks Tech
Robbi Pickeral * News & Observer

Curry receives probation
Edward G. Robinson III * News & Observer

BRAGGING RIGHTS: Big East gets last laugh
Lenox Rawlings * Winston-Salem Journal

Main conferences to dominate again
Al Featherston * The Herald-Sun

Other News...
Huskies make history
The Associated Press

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